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It’s time to party like it’s 7/7/7


Portland's Lifesavas bring their hip-hop show to the park today. For a schedule of events, go to www.spokane7.com/777. Courtesy photo
 (Courtesy photo / The Spokesman-Review)
Portland's Lifesavas bring their hip-hop show to the park today. For a schedule of events, go to www.spokane7.com/777. Courtesy photo (Courtesy photo / The Spokesman-Review)
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It happens once every 100 years – 7/7/7 is upon us, and as long as you’re not getting married or letting it ride in Vegas, Riverfront Park is the place to party. The Spokesman-Review’s 7 section and local promoters and venues are throwing a free, all-ages, all-day music festival in the park, pairing the Spokane area’s raddest rock bands and deejays with top-shelf national hip-hop acts, including Lifesavas, Blue Scholars and Blackbird. Nxstep Films and IMGXSport are bringing action sports demos, including a wakeboard “slider” pool. The madness starts at 1 p.m. At 10 p.m., the festivities move to the 7 after-parties 7 is throwing at 7 downtown Spokane bars.

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